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Arkansas commit Moses Kingsley showed up to LeBron James Skills Academy and made his impact felt on both sides of the court. Here's a highlight reel of the four-star center at the event.
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Thanks to LeBron James Twitter, we found out that he went on roadtrip to Washington D.C. in his Porsche this weekend.Check out some of the pictures of James riding with Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson and the rest of the James crew:During a rest stop in Pennsylvania at Popeye's, LeBron stopped to take a picture with fans:(Some images courtesy of Beyond The Buzzer)
Since we are still nearly a month away from the NBA preseason, stories like this one fill the shelf space here at That NBA Lottery Pick.Over the weekend, LeBron James went on a Washington D.C. road trip and decided to show off what he was eating for lunch on his Twitter:That Mac & Cheese looks good....
Talk about scary.
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade believes that teammate LeBron James’ dominance of a game is “starting to all come together”. He said starting, yes.
Here is the quote from Nick Friedell of ESPNChicago.com:
“The sky’s the limit,” Wade told ESPNChicago.com on Wednesday after a promotional appearance for his new book, “A Father First.”...
Kameron Williams was a big time scorer at LeBron James Skills Academy. Here's a highlight reel of the four-star prospect at the event.
Ivan Rabb broke out nationally at the LeBron James Skills Academy. Here's a highlight reel of the high level 2015 prospect at the camp....
N.C. State picked up a big commitment from five-star point guard Anthony Barber. Here's a highlight reel of Barber from LeBron James Skills Academy.
All NBA 2nd Team: Rajon Rondo, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Love, and Tyson Chandler
All NBA 3rd Team: Deron Williams John Wall, Amar’e Stoudemire, Paul Pierce, and Andrew Bynum
All NBA Defensive 1st Team: Chris Paul, Tony Allen, LeBron James, Josh Smith, Dwight Howard
All NBA Defensive Second Team: Rajon Rondo, Ronnie Brewer Jr., Metta World Peace, Kevin...
When you think of Cleveland Cavalier Legends your list would have to include Austin Carr, Mark Price, Larry Nance, Brad Daugherty, and ….. DaJuan Wagner, right? Wagner will always been remembered for his vaunted 100 point game in High School but in his rookie campaign he struggled to score 100 points, the whole season! A 13.4 ppg average followed by a superb campaign of 4 ppg...